Bill Scorzari has garnered critical praise and well-deserved attention from the singer-songwriter and Americana music community. Featured on Jerry Treacy’s Crash On The Levee radio show on WFDU, written up in No Depression magazine and a host of other publications, Bill is building an audience around his warm, rough edged delivery. He’s a great songwriter, storyteller, and musician whose unique voice and melodies are totally captivating. Check out his website www.billscorzari.com for a sample or two, and then plan on being down at The Green Growler for a show in a very intimate setting…..This guy is only going to get more and more popular, so catch him in a small joint while you can.
Phil Dollard (http://www.phildollard.com ) returns to The Green Growler to open the show, bringing his deft finger pickin’ style, his wry sense of humor and a new album. Influences range from Big Bill Broonzy to Hoagy Carmichael, Piedmont finger-picking of Rev. Gary Davis and Blind Willie McTell to the Delta style slide guitar of Booker White and Robert Johnson. Stop by and give “Somewhere South of the Moon” a listen.
The Singer Songwriter Series At The Green Growler is hosted by songwriter Frank Migliorelli who fronts the original band Frank Migliorelli & The Dirt Nappers. The series features two original songwriters a month, each sharing a set of music that they’ve written and songs they’ve been influenced by. There’s no cover, just come by and toss some coins into the tip jar, grab a beer, and enjoy the music.